Plaza Espana

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Aqua_Uomo
Toronto, Canada7,388 contributions
and typical name too, there is a Plaza Spania in all large towns and cities in Spain.
You will pass by it, no way out, it is the gateway from one side of the city to the other, it leads to the bridge.

I walked through it from the hotel, twice and drove around it when we left the city, better traffic early morning.
Shops and restaurants all around it.
Written September 18, 2019
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LaGuiri22
La Linea de la Concepcion, Spain213 contributions
Typical Spanish Square, although the trams run through it, very spacious and has a lovely view of the Avenida de Indepencencia with the Spanish flag in this square behind you and the flag of Aragon at the end of the tree lined avenue.
Written November 2, 2019
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George Jamil
Belo Horizonte, MG287 contributions
Couples
Good square to visit, nice point to stay, eat and shop, can be your nice stop for a walk or between visits for other city points.
Written July 27, 2019
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John Agius
Xaghra, Malta16 contributions
Very nice square and leads to a number of means of transportation. A must visit in zaragoza for sure
Written January 6, 2017
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KrisD_pl
Warsaw, Poland7,666 contributions
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This broad square with a fountain and monument to the martyrs of religion and homeland is the place on border of the old and new part of the city. Popular meeting place, very nice on a sunny day, when people occupy tables outside.
Written April 3, 2015
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Emil F
Bulverde, TX878 contributions
Couples
The Plaza De Espana is not only a beautiful and thriving place filled with eateries and shops. It marks the end of the paseo De la Independencia and the entrance to the old city of Zaragoza. The perfect juncture between the new and the old. Great to stroll about here.
Written May 14, 2013
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BennyMalaga
Malaga, Spain89,775 contributions
Couples
The Plaza de España is located at Calle del Coso, 25. The Paseo de la Independencia ends at this plaza and the plaza can be called one of the most important plazas in the city. The plaza has the Diputacion Provincial building, the Banco de España, and the Monument to the Martyrs. The monument honors the martyrs and defenders of the city who died during the War of Independence against the French. The architect of the monument was Ricardo Magdalena and the sculptor was Agustin Querol. There is a sculpture of an angel who helps a martyr who was hurt and the angel points to the sky. There is a cross that resembles the Cross of El Coso, which was a cross honoring Christian martyrs that was destroyed during the War of Independence. At the bottom of the figures is a figure of a woman that represents Zaragoza and its coat or arms. The monument was inaugurated in 1904.
Written October 18, 2012
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ChinChiller117
Berlin, Germany73 contributions
Couples
This square is awesome as a meeting point. Before we went to the old town we always met up at the fountain in the middle. This square is quite huge and has also some nice restaurants. Especially the burger restaurant on the right side is very good. You can just take the tram to get easily to this square
Written March 18, 2017
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Armando_74a
Helsinki, Finland497 contributions
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This is the traditional center of the city. It is the beginning of "Paseo Independencia" and ends in "Plaza Aragon". This is a nice place with beautiful building around and a lot of commerce nearby (same applies for bars and restaurants).
Written June 16, 2015
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aud2
larne226 contributions
Couples
had one or two nice meals and drinks in this area,lots of good clothing shops also if that's your thing,the buildings are well worth a few shots on the camera.another nice area for spending a few hours.
Written June 28, 2014
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